March 10, 2016
As a little girl, there was nothing more magical than waking up on Easter morning and running down the stairs to a line of simply filled yet colorful baskets left by the Easter Bunny. Opening our baskets was followed by an egg hunt. We then headed off to church in new dresses, new hats and little white gloves. It was a day to recognize the special religious meaning of the Holiday.
These days, Easter, like many holidays, has become more “commercialized” to say the least. Almost every brand of candy now markets their own line of Easter treats, baskets keep getting bigger and keeping our kids cavity free (and not bouncing off the walls) gets more challenging. It can also be difficult for parents whose children may have allergies or sensitivities, to create a fun basket filled with just candy. To help you guys, we have put together a few of our favorite things to include on the Easter Bunny’s list. Whether you are looking to mix up your child’s basket, or you just want to keep it simple with a few items, check out our segment from today! We also share some great, simple Easter crafts!
We’ve listed a few additional ideas below:
Trader Joes: Jelly Beans, Bunny Gummies, Lollipops
Justin’s Peanut Butter Cups
UnReal Candy :Peanut Butter Cups, Candy Coated Chocolates
Annie’s Snacks : Gummies, Crackers, Cookies
Individual Lego Mini Figures
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Alternative ideas to Baskets:
Dorm type crate for Teens